AB 2847 Introduced

In March 2022, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) introduced AB 2847, which would provide unemployment benefits to excluded immigrant workers in California.

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Immigrants in the Golden State Stimulus

CIPC, with our partners, urged the Governor to prioritize immigrants who were excluded from federal relief in the Golden State Stimulus

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Health and Safety for All Workers Act

CIPC cosponsored SB 321 (Durazo) with the California Domestic Workers Coalition, California Employment Lawyers Association, and Equal Rights Advocates, to create the first ever guidelines for health and safety for..Read More

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Breaking Barriers to Employment Initiative

CIPC, PolicyLink, CROP, and the California Workforce Association co-sponsored AB 628 (Garcia) and secured $30 million in the state budget to improve and expand the Breaking Barriers to Employment Initiative.

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Campaign to remove exclusion of ITIN filers from the CalEITC

CIPC co-led campaign with United Ways of CA and Children’s Defense Fund to remove exclusion of ITIN filers in the CalEITC

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SEED Coalition

CIPC joined the SEED Coalition along with other community-based organizations to support allocating $10 million in the state budget to fund the Social Entrepreneurship for Economic Development (SEED) Initiative

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AB 5

CIPC, with our partners, supported the passage of AB 5 (Gonzalez) and worked to educate immigrant workers about the bill.

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ACR 50

CIPC, Chinese for Affirmative Action, and PolicyLink co-sponsored ACR 50 (Chiu), a resolution to promote equity in workforce development

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Immigrant Business Inclusion Act

CIPC and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area co-sponsored AB 2184 (Chiu), the Immigrant Business Inclusion Act, allowing for various forms of identification in..Read More

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The Immigrant Worker Protection Act

CIPC supported the passage of The Immigrant Worker Protection Act, AB 450 (Chiu), which requires employers to notify employees when ICE requests access to or review a worker’s immigration paperwork,..Read More

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SB 1001

CIPC and MALDEF co-sponsored SB 1001 (Mitchell), which prohibits an employer from requiring additional or other documents that are already required under the I-9 process

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SB 1159

Alongside a group of immigrant rights allies, CIPC supported legislative advocacy to pass SB 1159 (Lara), requiring licensing boards within the Department of Consumer Affairs to accept an individual tax identification..Read More

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Employment Acceleration Act

AB 1236 (Fong) with MALDEF, ensures that city, county and state governments cannot force private business owners to use E-Verify.

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